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Meet SS1 boy Simon Cletus who will captain Nigeria U-17 at WAFU Championship

Simon Cletus has been entrusted with the captaincy of the Golden Eaglets as they prepare to compete in the WAFU B U-17 Championship in Ghana.

This prestigious tournament will see young talents from across the region vie for supremacy on the football field.

Simon Cletus is a Senior Secondary School I student from Palm Ville College in Lagos, and has been making waves with his impressive skills and leadership qualities.

A product of Mavlon FC in Lagos, Cletus has shown determination and talent that have caught the attention of Nigeria U-17 national team coaches.

As the captain of the Golden Eaglets, Cletus will lead his team into battle against formidable opponents in Group B of the WAFU Championship.

As holders of the title, the Golden Eaglets, will face tough competition from Burkina Faso, Niger, and Benin. These matches will test the mettle of the Nigerian team as they seek to defend their championship status.

Under the guidance of coach Manu Garba, the Golden Eaglets are determined to start their title defense on a high note.

Their journey begins with a crucial match against Burkina Faso at the University Stadium in Accra. This opening encounter will set the tone for the Eaglets’ campaign and provide an early indication of their form and readiness for the challenges ahead.

The stakes are high in the WAFU B U-17 Championship, as the two finalists will earn a coveted berth at the Africa U-17 Cup of Nations. For Cletus and his teammates, this tournament represents an opportunity to showcase their talent on the international stage and take a significant step towards future success in their football careers.

As the excitement builds and anticipation mounts, all eyes will be on Simon Cletus and the Golden Eaglets as they embark on their quest for glory in Ghana

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